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To begin, please fill out the fields in the form below. One of our representatives will contact you within one business day to complete the process.
Identify the accounts you wish to access online:
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System Requirements - Email is required. Your email provider must allow file attachments. Adobe Acrobat version 7 or higher with Windows or Mac is required to view the statement.
A test email will be sent to you requiring an affirmative reply verifying you are able to receive and open the eStatement attachment. After confirmed, you will begin receiving your monthly statements electronically.
If, at any time, your email address changes, it is your responsibility to notify the bank. Failure to do so will result in undelivered e-statements. If you fail to notify the bank of a change in your email address, the bank may not be held liable for any unauthorized transactions on the statement not reported within the allowed 60 days due to non-receipt of the eStatement. An email address change may be done by signing a change form with any bank employee. A new test email will be sent requiring confirmation of receipt and ability to open.
Any account holder on the listed accounts may withdraw consent to receive eStatements at any time by signing the Withdrawal of Consent form. Consent withdrawal will be effective after the bank has received the form and had opportunity to act upon it.